KL Sentral

 

Kuala Lumpur Sentral – A special city center developed around Malaysia’s biggest transportation hub, offering international connection, outstanding investment opportunities, company convenience and a worldwide way of life.

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KL Sentral

The plan of Kuala Lumpur Sentral started with the masterplan of a “City-within-a-City” concept created by the prominent architect Dr. Kisho Kurokawa. At the nucleus of this premier development is the RM1.1 billion world-class transit hub, Stesen Sentral, the winner of the FIABCI– Malaysia Honor of Difference 2002 and finalist for FIABCI International Prix d’Excellence 2003. Its infrastructure supports six rail networks– the KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, RAPID KL (Putra), KTM Komuter, KTM Intercity and KL Monorail Services, demonstrating its exceptional worldwide connection and access within an integrated and self-contained live, work and play environment.

Phased until 2015, Kuala Lumpur Sentral is a world-class city valued at an enormous RM 11.7 billion; comprising Stesen Sentral, business workplace towers and company suites, 5-star international hotels, luxury condominiums and a shopping center.

With RM2.4 billion finished and another RM7.0 billiion advancement in development, Kuala Lumpur Sentral is the largest commercial development in Kuala Lumpur today. Kuala Lumpur Sentral has already drawn in famous investors to establish their companies, as well as a worldwide community to set up their houses and offices within the environment.

How to get to that station: if you are driving

Three (3) primary courses that you could utilize to obtain to the station. These paths surpass greatly clogged locations, hence making access to the station fast.

- From Kuala Lumpur town hall, drive along Jalan Damansara. Go up the ramp opposite the National Museum, which will lead to the station.

- From the North, go along Jalan Duta to Persiaran Mahameru, go directly to the station.

- Get in from the left side of Jalan Tun Sambanthan bring about the station.

If you take the bus.

Public buses and taxis have access to the station or the bordering external roadways such as Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Jalan Travers and Jalan Damansara. The public transport operators will be running their services to and from the station.

Park May buses pass through Jalan Tun Sambanthan and stop simply outside Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur.

The paths are as follows:.

No 51 to Port Klang.
No 55 to Puchong.
No 218 to Taman Desa, Old Klang Road.

RapidKL buses can be located at lower very beginning of the station – Route B112 MALURI – KL SENTRAL.

The blueprint of Kuala Lumpur Sentral began with the masterplan of a “City-within-a-City” concept made by the popular architect Dr. Kisho Kurokawa. At the nucleus of this top development is the RM1.1 billion world-class transportation hub, Stesen Sentral, the winner of the FIABCI– Malaysia Honor of Distinction 2002 and finalist for FIABCI International Prix d’Excellence 2003. Its infrastructure supports six rail networks– the KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, RAPID KL (Putra), KTM Komuter, KTM Intercity and KL Monorail Services, demonstrating its exceptional worldwide connectivity and gain access to within an integrated and self-contained live, work and play environment.

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